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Thursday, December 20, 2012

Fried Rice With Red Yeast Wine Residue

Looks quite a weird fried rice but the taste is good and very healthy.  If you see the ingredients you would understand what I'm trying to say.  This rice dish has at least 5 colour ingredients.  Someone told me if you eat 5 coloured food daily, your body  [5 main organs] is well taken care.

Five Colours that Nourish Five Organs [read more from this website]
Red - Heart
Black - Kidney
Green - Liver
White - Lungs
Yellow - Spleen and stomach
[serves 2]
2 bowls cooked rice
3 dried mushrooms [soaked and diced]
1 pieces  5 spice firm bean curd [diced]
1 small carrot [diced]
a few french beans [cut small pieces] or 3 tbsp mixed frozen vegetables
1 tbsp sesame oil
2 tbsp minced ginger
1-2 tbsp red yeast rice residue[ang chow]
2 tbsp light soy sauce
1/2 tsp pepper
  1. Heat sesame oil, saute ginger until fragrant.  Add in mushrooms, beancurd and carrots.
  2. Fry for several seconds, then add in rice and all the seasoning ingredients.
  3. Toss and stir fry until well mixed.
  4. Add in the green beans or mixed vegetables.  Continue to fry until vegetables are cookd through.
  5. Taste to adjust seasoning.  Dish out to serve immediately.


Esther@thefussfreechef said...

H Kimmy, this looks so delicious, my MIL just gave me another bottle of red wine residue, must make this after all the christmas do, thanks!

Kimmy said...

Hi Esther, hope you will like it. Looks very simple but I love the ginger and moreover it's really healthy.

Phong Hong said...

Wah, this fried rice must be very fragrant with the red wine residue! I wonder if this red yeast wine is sold in shops. I have not seen it before.

Kimmy said...

Hi Phong Hong, I think some grocery stalls should have them or ask any Hock Chew ppl they should know. It can be used to make char siew and fry chicken, mee suah soup etc.

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